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This week in the recall round-up gallery the reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to Greece, Germany, the US, Canada, Ireland, the UK and Australia
9 May - UK: Sainsbury's is recalling its pitted green olives (350g) as a precautionary measure, because a limited number of jars may contain pieces of glass.
The 'by Sainsbury's pitted green olives' has a best before dates of 13/01/2017 printed on the lid.
The UK supermarket said: "It has been brought to our attention that a very limited number of jars of the above product may contain small pieces of glass.
"No other products or date codes are affected by this issue and we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause."
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